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for it? i didn't have a clue. the u.s. department of education has over $100 billion. and that's a lot of money. to help students pay for college. and the free application? you mean the fafsa. i did it online. it was easy. i'm never giving up on my goals. i will make a difference. i'm going to find out how to pay for college. i'm going to will the tech roll continue this week? we have a lot of earnings numbers coming out from some of the biggest players. let's talk with andrew keene, president of keene on the market dot com. first up today we have apple numbers coming out. how do they look to you? > >apple actually has sold off on earnings. it sold off 5 of the last 8 quarters. however, the chart looks pretty strong ever since carl ichan stuck his nose out there and said he wanted to be long apple. the chart looks very strong. they sold 9 million of the new phones. i actually bought the new iphone. i'm not impressed with it but the fact of the matter is they sold 9 million of these. i actually think they're gonna report good earnings last time the stock ralled. i think the
by the national skills coalition of business, labor and education call for industry partnerships in which regional employers work together to fill a worker credits for businesses that work with community college to create faster paths to careers. "we have employers who say they have to turn down work because they can't get workers to meet the orders that are coming in." some say the skills gap could be solved if employers paid more. "it isn't that requisite skills aren't there; they aren't paying enough to attract people away from other occupational choices." but jim soderquist, who oversees a metal fabricating business, says raising pay would mean being less competative globally. "the higher the wages, the more likely we are to go to automation, computer software and such." so far about half of the bills that have been introduced in the senate have bi-partisan co- sponsors. also on the hill today.. 41 house and senate members in charge of writing a farm bill will meet about the much delayed legislation. farms, capitol hill, people the farm bill covers crop insurance, subsidies,
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